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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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Juanita Barnes

Hello “HAVE COURAGE.” Do not look forward to what might happen tomorrow. The same everlasting Father who cares for you today, will take care of you tomorrow and everyday. Either He will shield you from suffering or He will give you unfailing strength to bear it. Be at peace then and put aside all anxious thoughts and imaginations. Be of good courage and He shall strengthen thine heart.

“Where Dreams Soar”

Moreno Valley on July 18th 2009, one of our longtime residents Mrs. Eiko Kibata McGee went to be with the Lord. Ms. McGee was the wife of the late Ernest McGee. To Gloria, Cheryl and Ernest our prayers as a community are with you.

Da’Signer Discount Shoes grand opening/ribbon cutting ceremony will be hosted by Linda D. Wright at 24594 Sunnymead Blvd. Building #5 Suite X, Moreno Valley on Thursday, August 6th 2009, 5:30 p.m. The owner is Lois McGuire. For more information contact (951) 247–9900. or (951) 697–7772.

Moreno Valley Commission and Boards opportunities are available for Moreno Valley residents. The City of Moreno Valley is currently seeking residents to serve on a number of Community Boards and Commissions. For information visit their website at www.moval.org or call (951) 413–3001.

“A Child’s Place” is now accepting applications for child care services. For more information call (951) 413–3286.

Please put this date on your calendar:

August 18th 2009, 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., yours truly will be speaking on “Simple Gardening Techniques for Everyone to Eat Healthier and Save Money.” I have been a successful home gardener since the age of nine. Lowe’s will also be with me on saving money and eating healthy vegetables and fruits. This event is sponsored by the Moreno Valley Black Chamber of Commerce at 22445 Alessandro Blvd. Suite 116, Moreno Valley. For more information contact (951) 697–7772. I am writing about someone who is very dear to me whom I am proud of and I have known all his life. I’m speaking of, Gregory L. Barnes. He was the only umpire chosen from the West Coast to work the “Little League World Series” in Bangor, Maine. For most of Greg’s life he has been involved with sports and working with youth. But Greg never liked baseball. As a young boy he was hit with a baseball. He played basketball, football and had a full scholarship to Long Beach State. To my surprise he has been behind the plate for nineteen years. While Greg grew up here in the Sunnymead/Moreno Valley area and graduated from Moreno Valley High School, he set many records. Greg lives in Riverside, with his wife Kathy and he works full time at Soboba Casino as an Inventory Technician. He has two brother’s Darrell W. and James H. Barnes and four sisters Grace, Vanessa, Jessica and Regina. Greg and his wife leave for Bangor, Maine in two weeks. In March of this year, Greg rededicated his life to “GOD.” And as his mother, I ask that you remember him in prayers.


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